He released a self-titled symphony album, Ibrica, on 26 February 1981. Ibrica's older brother, maestro Đelo Jusić, worked with him on the songs. It contained songs such as "Šalom Sara" (Shalom Sara), "U svakom slučaju te volim" (In Every Case, I Love You), "Na Stradunu" (On the Stradun) and others. Jusić returned to France in 1980 upon receiving an invitation by the famous French show Le Grand Échiquier . Ne dajte da vas zavedu (1978). ovjek bez kafića (1980). Ibrica Jusić + Pas soba 501 osoba dvije (1983).
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Ibrica Jusić was born as Ibrahim Jusić in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik into a family with seven children Under the direction of his older brother Đelo Jusić (born as Đevalhudin Jusić), who was the leader of the group Dubrovački trubaduri (Dubrovnik Troubadours), Ibrica learned to play the guitar .
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